LISTEN: Breitbart reporter worries 'feminist witches' are placing hexes on Trump
Eight women in high hats having tea. They are not a group of witches but the members of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Castle Rising, Norfolk, England. Ca. 1920. -- via Shutterstock

Appearing on Breitbart Radio on Monday morning, a reporter for the conservative website defended an article he wrote that posits that "feminists" are turning to witchcraft to combat President Donald Trump.

Using the Twitter hashtag #MagicResistance, tech writer Charlie Nash told Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow in all seriousness that feminism and witchcraft have become “increasingly entwined," reports Right Wing Watch.

According to Nash's post at Breitbart, he discovered an article at The Baffler that suggested a rise in women becoming witches, with Nash writing, "Though a large percentage of 'feminist witches' undoubtedly limit themselves to the aesthetic alone, an increase in political mass hexes shows a portion of the movement delves deeper."

Speaking with Marlow, Nash claimed, "You’ve got the basic things like the Etsy stores, the Witchsy stores, where they link feminist issues with witchcraft and Wicca and there’s other kind of occult symbols, but then you also have these groups of people who are actually trying to hex the president.”

According to Nash, feminist witches are joining together against Trump and are building elaborate “altars and tables with candles and pentagrams," to create an "almost—a sense of sisterhood."

"They have these other women which they can kind of get together and have a weird time with,' he explained. "Secondly, I think it scares religious people. Obviously, a lot of these people are atheistic. They like to wind up the Christians. And thirdly, I think they also have a kind of—they feel like they have a connection to the persecuted women of the Salem witch trials. They look at these women and see them as kind of as victims of patriarchy, almost."

After Marlow agreed, Nash claimed it wasn't all bad.

“And then also there’s a proportion of them who just want to laugh because Harry Potter and Hermione and the rest of it,” Nash added before advising, “That’s a different section.”

You can listen the radio broadcast below via Right Wing Watch: